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Upper Sandusky, OH

Mossy Oaks

1.675(based on 3 reviews)
2371 ft. Metric
Mostly Flat
Heavily Wooded
9 Holes
9 Baskets

Mossy Oaks

Course conditions:

  • Unplayable
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  • Decent
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Updated by JFellows
All but one of the nine fairways are in the woods, so this course is very rustic. If you are looking for well-defined, and manicured fairways this course isn’t for you. #1 is the worst with two partially fallen trees blocking the fairway. Although you can see the pin dead straight off the tee on #4, the fairway is little more than a walking path through the woods. Yes, this course could use more routine maintenance, but it’s definitely playable. Use the course map on UDisc because there’s no information on the tee posts; the baskets are numbered but the tee signs aren’t. All 9 baskets and tee pads are in good condition.

VERY challenging with NARROW fairways throughout. High quality home made baskets. A welcomed alternative during the times where the original course may be under water.

Year established: 2010
Multiple Tees / Pins: No / No
Par Info: 29
DGCR SSE: [ ? ] 24.6
Rounds Recorded / Average Score: 15 / 31 15 / 31
Tee Type: Natural
Hole Type: Home Made
Discs lost: 0
Misc. info.:
very cart friendly


Local Directions:

From Rt. 23 take Route 330 (Wyandot Ave.) West. Drive about 1.5 to 2 miles and make a left on Reservoir Rd. (There will be a sign.) Follow Reservoir Rd to the park entrance, there are signs for the disc golf course. The original (and still playable) course is to the right of the parking lot and reservoir. HOWEVER, continue through the current parking lot and follow the gravel road for about a mile. Near the end of the old reservoir find a pile of gravel on the left; that is where hole one starts.

Latitude / Longitude:
40.818069, -83.260728 degree
Ken putting on #5. Nice home made baskets with heavy chains.
Little or no elevation Hole #5 (Taken 3/2010) ERicJ
Par / Distance: 4 / 322ft.